Mayor Dyer has just announced the appointment of a new Chief Financial Officer for the City of Orlando, following the news that former CFO Chris McCullion had accepted a new role at the Orlando Utilities Commission.
New CFO Michelle McCrimmon comes to the position with 30 years of experience, including 13 years with the City of Orlando, 16 of which were in public accounting. She most recently served as the Deputy Chief Financial Officer, where she oversaw Budget Accounting, Treasury, Procurement, Risk Management, Real Estate, Fleet and Facilities, and the City’s Workday team.
McCrimmon is a Florida Certified Public Accountant and brings a diverse background in public accounting, as prior to joining the city, she worked for 13 years with Ernst & Young LLP, including five years as an Audit Senior Manager. She also represents the city on finance and audit committees for LYNX and the Central Florida Expressway and is a member of the national and Florida chapter of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA).
The appointment will go before City Council on Monday, February 19, for final approval, after which she will officially take the role on March 3, 2024.